Bill Dal Cerro

Bill Dal Cerro, Senior Analyst

THE INVISIBLE PEOPLE
In 1952, the great African American writer Ralph Ellison published Invisible Man, coining a phrase that became ensconced in the national lexicon. Essentially, Ellison’s eloquent wordage symbolizes how American society views African American men, indeed all black Americans: as marginal figures, almost “...
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